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I haven’t said much about the upcoming Kingmakers’ War book A Court of Liesmostly because I’ve been working my butt off to get it written and revised and into your waiting hands. It’s a communal type idea – that every family has something worthwhile to contribute. This gloomy setting is made worse by the fact that they unable to leave their town, because beyond the forest are the Farthers – vicious humans living in a cruel advanced society. The only minor critique that I have is that it was a little on the short side.
This is one of those books.
Or will they, too, fall victims to the same dangers their parents couldn’t fight off? Lia was really sweet, and really protective over her siblings.
She has a strength and braveness that is beyond words as she stands up for what she believes in and tries to do averu she thinks is right. View all 3 comments. So I think, in a lot of ways, the book’s eloison kind of hurt the its concept. The story itself was definitely amazing; the author spun a tale of originality with dread and suspense laced in the folklore of the world. She is determined and loyal and puts her family ahead of herself. The touch of romance was definitely a plus!
The Frost Chronicles Series
Life in the community where she lives is rough. The monsters in the forest are growing bold and restless.
I have ellisom LOVE them. The descriptions are as vivid as one could possibly wish. Except, these characters never weave. Sitting in her little house at night, facing the door with her shotgun in her lap, afraid to fall asleep because of the monsters howling in the yard, you gotta admire that.
I will be looking forward to reading more books by this author. The story development went in the right track for the whole aevry and the characters were captivating in the right way.
I really hope we get to see more of him in book two. Hi everyone, Lots going on. There wasn’t much “romance” per-say so it averry be a good clean YA novel. I’m extremely excited about the directions in which this story might go, and I predict the next book will dig a lot deeper into the history and the world, and that it’ll also be a little more plot-centric now that the characters have been firmly established.
So when I knew Frost was going on tour I jumped at the chance to be on it. Don’t talk to outsiders. I enjoyed how all of the characters were three avfry, and you learned about their back story organically throughout the book. Enter to win a copy of Frost by Kate Avery Ellison! The story line was original and fresh with a fast-moving plot. Spinning is not twiddling unnamed and undescribed stuff between your fingers.
I found the story of three orphans living at a farm set in the frozen woods, with some type of monsters about at night, to be extremely spooky and I was drawn right into the story. They were just meh personalities that played their various roles, but nothing about their personalities stood out like the Weavers.
I absolutely loved the final letter from Gabe but I was not expecting it to end so soon, without the Farthers coming to her house again in the morning. Definitely a well deserved five stars. One wrong move and a person could end up dead.
Her family has no one but her. As was the case in this book. The mystery in this story is just mesmerising.
Frost (The Frost Chronicles, #1) by Kate Avery Ellison
I have to say I am so glad I read Frost because it left me breathless and wanting book two like yesterday! Now, I’m happy to tell you that the app “choices game” version of Frost is available for play! So yeah, I liked Lia’s character, the complex, hardscrabble world around her, and the political themes in the backdrop. So you can imagine how glad I was to find out that this story was not only worth it, it was also mind-numbing and breathtaking!
On her way to quota she sees Farthers across the river. But something about him compels her to save him, and she soon learns that the truth isn’t nearly as black and white as her village leaders might have her believe. Posted by Kate Avery Ellison at 9: Preview — Frost by Kate Avery Ellison.
The Watchers are ferocious monsters that come out when it’s dark or in deep shade in the woods.